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Augustine changed his mind—and that of the church in the West for the Next 1,500 years.
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Equip your leaders to minister to those for whom divorce is inevitable or has already occurred.
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To show how greatly God has changed him, Augustine tells all. What a fifth-century critic might have said.
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Pastors need a game plan for discipling over-committed families.
Constantine's Famous EmblemSubscriber Access Only
The chi-rho symbol he adopted is now displayed in churches throughout the world.
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The playful provocations of Scott Cairns
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The agreement shifted Christianity from being an illicit, persecuted sect to being a welcome—and soon dominant—religion of the Roman Empire.
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Why many are tempted to disown Knox, and why we shouldn't.
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What place do Christians have in the tea party movement?
The Life Changing "Life of Antony"Subscriber Access Only
Athanasius's biography was not only a bestseller in its day, but a book that made people stop and think—and act.

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The Tirade That Made Me a Christian
The Tirade That Made Me a Christian
After an unwelcome move halfway across the world, I vented my anger to God. Then I learned to give him control.

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